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Western New England Too Much for Women's Basketball

Western New England Too Much for Women's Basketball

Boston, Mass. – Western New England University shot 53% from the floor to defeat the Wentworth Institute of Technology 90-43 in Commonwealth Coast Conference women's basketball action on Saturday afternoon.


  • Wentworth (6-8, 0-6 CCC)
  • WNE (11-3, 4-1 CCC)





  • In the opening minutes of the contest, WNE's Emily Farrell bucketed a three-pointer to give the Golden Bears a 7-2 lead early on. Wentworth junior Erin Morton (Norway, Maine) cut the deficit to a single possession with a trey of her own, 7-5, before WNE exploded with an 20-6 run to end the first quarter 27-11. Over the first ten minutes, WNE shot 66.7% from the floor and 60% from long range, while outrebounding the Leopards 14-2.
  • The Golden Bears continued to connect offensively, shooting 52.9% in the second quarter, holding the Leopards to 11 points on defense. Freshman Isabella Perez (Homestead, Fla.) scored four points in the stretch for the Black & Gold, while Morton tacked on three before halftime.
  • WNE's early damage kept the visitors in front throughout the second half, as the Golden Bears took their largest lead with 27 seconds left in the game.


  • Four of five Golden Bear starters registered double digits on the scoreboard, while Meghan Orbann booked a double-double with 11 points and 12 boards.
  • WNE used a 53-24 advantage on the glass to down the Leopards off the shot, 40 of which came on offense.


  • WNE runs its win streak with the Leopards to 12 games and holds a 20-2 advantage in the all-time series.


  • Wentworth resumes conference action on Wednesday with a 5:30 p.m. tipoff at Gordon.

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